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Robert Arthur


Robert A. Arthur, Jr. (1909–1969) was a mystery and speculative fiction writer known for The Mysterious Traveler and Murder by Experts radio series and his Three Investigators series of novels.

Between 1930 and 1940, his stories were published in Amazing Stories, Argosy All-Story Weekly, Black Mask, Collier's, Detective Fiction Weekly, Detective Tales, Double Detective, The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Mystery, The Phantom Detective, The Shadow, Startling Stories, Street & Smith Mystery Reader, Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine, Thrilling Detective, Unknown Worlds and Wonder Stories.

From the 1950s onwards, he was an occasional editor of Hitchcock fiction anthologies. He also wrote a number of mystery books for children.


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